London-based Andi Mackay otherwise known as “Coda “is a DJ/Producer/Event Organiser & Record Label Owner originating from Leicester. A relatively new face to many, Coda’s history stretches back more than two decades with hard work and dedication for his love for Jungle/Drum & Bass music.
Starting out as a DJ in the mid-90’s Coda forged his craft as a DJ, playing at numerous prestigious events such as Urban Art Forms Festival, and Random Concept, and is a regular at UK’s longest running Drum & Bass event, Warning.
Coda started producing beats in the early 00’s, Coda’s style is described as ‘raw and rugged, retro future’. Coda has an eclectic range of output, from the vocal lead liquid hit ‘Don’t Let Me Fall…’ on Basswerk in 2003, to straight club rollers with ‘Tunnel Bass’ on Flip Audio in 2011, to the dancefloor destroyer ‘Shodan VIP’ in 2013 on Audio Danger and Drum & Bass Arena.
The one common denominator across these styles– they all work the dancefloor. Equally at home with solo projects, Coda likes to collaborate with other artists, and so far has worked with other accomplished producers– Serum, Zen, and Krooked over the years.
Coda has twice hit the #1 spot in the Juno DNB charts in 2015 with the techy- jump up, summer rave hit ‘Wagon Wheel’ featured on Natty Dub’s “The Rise Of The Soldiers” LP, and the devastating remix of Mampi Swift’s seminal track ‘Jaws’ alongside Serum.
Coda’s productions have gained support from some of the biggest names on the scene including Mampi Swift, DJ Hype, Grooverider, S.P.Y and Hazard to name a few.